Banana Pudding Pie

No calories counts here, I just whipped this up and it ended up getting great feedback! In no way am I trying to rival my Mama Wendy’s famous banana pudding, but this was a decent attempt at being Southern in a short amount of time and on a budget. Easy party pleaser!

Banana Pudding Pie


  • Nilla wafers
  • 2 Bananas
  • 2 small packages of instant pudding mix (I did vanilla and cheesecake)
  • 4 cups milk (I used 2%, though I’d usually use skim)
  • Cinnamon


  1. Prepare 1 pudding according to the package directions. Let set for a couple minutes. This will be the top pudding. (KWad tip: For the top pudding, if you want it a little thicker, just decrease the amount of milk to 1.5 or 1.75 cups)
  2. Take a pie tin and cover the bottom with a layer of Nilla wafers. They should be touching but not overlapping.
  3. Crush up some more Nilla wafers and sprinkle them in the empty spaces. Sprinkle some cinnamon atop your Nilla wafer foundation.
  4. Slice up your bananas and put a layer on top of your Nillas.
  5. Prepare the second pudding according to the package directions. Pour over your Nillas and banana slices. Spread evenly.
  6. Make another Nilla layer and add another banana layer on top. Crumble some more Nillas mixed with cinnamon and sprinkle on top of Nilla/banana layer.
  7. Take the remaining pudding and spoon it on top, still leaving some Nillas and bananas on the edges for presentation.
  8. Garnish with additional banana slices or Nilla wafers. Let set in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. Serves 8.
Just kidding, I couldn't help myself and inputted this after the fact. Yikes that's a lot of sugar! :-P
Just kidding, I couldn’t help myself and inputted this after the fact. Yikes that’s a lot of sugar! 😛

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